Manager - Hr Excellence
16th July 2008 From India, Pune
At the begining when I visited this very interesting site of HR, I had the chance to access in an article titled: "SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR SELECTION INTERVIEWING FOR MANAGER". Now, each time I try to acced in this onglet, no success.
Could one of you help me to acceed in this again? I have to make an inteview of a Manager position this week and I need some guidlines from it.
Do all of you find other advice to give to me?
21st July 2008 From France
I am very much thankful for providing us the valuable information about training and development, I really appreciate your willing ness to pass on your valuable knowledge to others, as i am pursuing my mba in human resource management it is very much helpful to me, Please update ourselves with a few important things about human resource management every day.
21st July 2008 From India, Bangalore
Disz nandita dis syd well thanx a lot 4 posting dis list of articles on training i waz rlly in need of dat... actually m preparing a summer training project on d topic of training only with training needs identification and analysis as mah sub topics( actually i did carried out a survey wid a sample size of 20 in three d/f departmnts bt d prob m facing nw is dat no one gave me a clear cut rply as i want training on dis or i lack dis mainly all of dem focusd on skills lyk communication and all... also i blv dats coz mah questionnaire was mre descriptive wid mre opn ended q's den objective... nw what shud i do... to carry on mah analysis...)
please post me some material on training needs identification and also wat all contents should i include in mah project....
i will be waiting 4ur rply... heavily relyn on dat..
Thanx & regards
23rd July 2008 From India, Delhi
I appreciate your enthusiasm in raising the topic on Training for discussion.
Many companies are still stuck at Training & Development. In today's competitive scenario, its not training but Learning & Development process which activates the spark in the employee to learn new concepts and techniques instead of training them.
According to me training is a give and take process. Today Many organisations in India and especially in Manufacturing sector do comply with Training process but the effectiveness of the employees once measured is not up to the mark which the organisation expects it to be. Training today in manufacturing process are imparted to comply with the training hours for dashboard meetings or for documentation purpose for various audits.
Training of at least 8 hours a day should be imparted and its monitoring with the participants should be carried out for at least 2 consecutive months.
3rd May 2017 From India, Mumbai